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Droplet collision simulation by multi-speed lattice Boltzmann method

By D. Lycett-Brown, I.V. Karlin and K.H. Luo


Realization of the Shan-Chen multiphase flow lattice Boltzmann model is considered in the framework of the higher-order Galilean invariant lattices. The present multiphase lattice Boltzmann model is used in two dimensional simulation of droplet collisions at high Weber numbers. Results are found to be in a good agreement with experimental findings

Year: 2011
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